There are many things you can do, but some of them might put you in jail...
Bribing the traffic pixies is illegal but can get you a lot of extra visitors..
However you could learn about SEO (Search the various hubs) and also go read the Hubpages Learning Center.
You really should concentrate on your own writing; traffic and earning will come if you write what people are looking to read.
I notice that in the Q & A section you asked 5 questions in a row about Adsense earning. Why are you so interested in what other people earn? Most people will not tell you.
by Srikanth R4 weeks ago
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